Megabit bubble-memory chip gets support from LSI family, article reprint from, Electronics April 1979. Bryson Intel, Dick Clover, Don, Dave Lee / Electronics 1979.

Megabit bubble-memory chip gets support from LSI family, article reprint from, Electronics April 1979.

Intel Magnetics, Article Reprint, AR-92; May 1979, reprint from Electroncs, aprl 26, 1979.

Condition: Very Good overall, hole-punched along spine, stapled wraps, 8.5x11, 10 pages; toned at spine margin, black marker across front above title inked out prev. owner's name, with remains of adhered-on white label partially covering. Staples are tight, internal pages clean and unmarked.

Keywords: intel magnetic bubble memory, LSI memory chips, circuits minicomputers, prototypes 1970s, megabit bubble memory

Price: $25.00

Item Description

Double-column text, photographs, diagrams. Article includes information about 'the introduction of a 1-megbit magnetic-bubble memory chip accompanied byu a supporting family of large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits...' (from the first page).

Also included is a one page (printed both sides) 8.5x11 reprint from May 1979 issue of Business Week, titled, Here comes a million-bit chip; triple column text, edgewear on outer edge where it has been laid loosely inside the Intel reprint, thus edge sticking out '[Intel] is able to put all the electronics for a million-bit memory system on one 4x4 in. circuit board instead of the two larger boards used by TI and Rockwell. The initial price for the module will be about $2,000, which Flath claims is almost half the prevailing price -- but all the components will not be availale until later in the year...' (from the Business Week insert).